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  • Perfect Paperback: 328 pages
  • Publisher: Ancient Elders Press, Inc.; First edition (February 15, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0982597002
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982597002
  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.9 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,237,114 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Michael Rhodes, author of The Freedom Code: Simple Solutions for Life s Major Challenges, is a leading national authority on creating positive habits, increasing self-empowerment, and releasing subconscious blocks. For the last twenty years, he has contributed to society as a motivational speaker, a public school teacher, a financial consultant, a community volunteer, and a certified hypnotist. Michael has a BS in Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and an MM in Performance from The Florida State University. Michael has entertained groups for years while giving numerous lectures and workshops on the benefits of hypnosis, Sacred Geometry, quantum physics, Huna, and self-empowerment. He has also produced eleven published songs for percussion, royalty free hypnosis music, meditation music, and guided sessions on CD and .mp3 format.

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This is a great gift from God to man.
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This is a very entertaining and thought-provoking read.
Susan Schenck
Good thoughts and actions will result in happiness.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Susan Schenck TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 4, 2012
The overall theme of this book is freedom, and the author passionately explains how humans are evolving toward freedom in every way: personal and in society. The book includes almost every kind of philosophy or theory related to the game of life, including the basics of quantum physics. Rhodes gives the analogy that life is a movie, we are all actors on the stage, as he addresses one of the biggest philosophical questions of all: predestination vs. free will. He then proceeds to answer this with various models, including parallel universes and past lives.

The book is very entertaining and I found that Rhodes came up with many ideas similar to my own, such as a humorous "commercial for reincarnating on earth." Earth is just a Disney World of sorts, an amusement park, and we get lured into playing this high tech virtual reality game called life.

Scattered throughout the book are fictional chapters which include parables or stories to illustrate a point. There are also chapters with practical tools for growth, such as ways to release fear; three questions we should ask; how to activate the genie within (the powerful subconscious mind); and many more.

In the final part of the book, Rhodes illustrates how we can have an ideal society, everyone living his or her dream--contributing what he/she feels most passionate about--and all without money! I have also had this vision, and know in my heart that this can be accomplished if we unite and claim our freedom from slavery to certain powers that be. (The author details how we are currently financial slaves due to the way society is set up.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 22, 2011
and the facts change as much as people do.' This is but one of the many phrases that find a permanent place in the reader's memory while reading and digesting Michael J. Rhodes' THE FREEDOM CODE. Though there are countless self-help books on the market, many present steps or hoops to step through promising change in outlook and approach to life by books end. Rhode approach is different. Yes, this is a motivational guidebook that offers the reader means to improve finances, health, relationships, and world view, but instead of offering exercises or lists, Rhodes warmly suggests that the reader find those portions of his book that apply to the individual reader, concentrate on those, and return for further help at a later time. Ease of timeframe and genuine concern for the reader are hallmarks of this book.

Rhodes comes to motivational training via circuitous routes: his adult life began in Music Performance and Music Education and then moved into the appreciation of the potential within each of us to make ourselves and our world better - not a far step form the effect profound music has on the listener! Everyone who reads this book will find particular values, pertinent ways to correct old habits and synapses and become more integrated with the universe and with fellow men, and the manner in which he mixes the didactic portion of the book with the philosophical ideas born out of gently humorous situations and tales is the mark of a fine 'life coach'.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Retired Reader on October 3, 2011
Michael J. Rhodes perhaps is best described as a "thought leader" in the field of self-help or, more accurately in his case, self-realization. Rhodes certainly has an interesting background. After leaving the teaching profession he moved into the controversial area of hypnosis to which he added motivational speaking, and individual and group counseling. He also appears to be an expert in the arcane field of "Sacred Geometry", a field based on the conviction that geometric shapes have special properties beyond their actual shapes that provide unique sorts of information. He is probably an excellent speaker.

In this book his focus is on self-empowerment as a means to achieve a more complete or as he would probably prefer `happy' life. Rhodes himself sees his book as offering a set of solutions that would be useful for overcoming the daily obstacles that everyone encounters on their way to self-fulfillment.

In any event, the book begins by introducing the reader to multiple belief systems as a means of opening the reader's mind to new ideas and new perceptions of the world. The book's title "The Freedom Code" is never satisfactorily defined, but apparently refers to the recognition by the reader that every human being has the ability to accurately assess their own life and change it if it is found wanting. Rhodes appears to favor using words like "happiness", "identity", "freedom" and "truth", but also appears adverse to clearly defining them. Indeed if his goal is to provide an easy to understand guide to the "good life" for his readers he does a rather poor job of it.

Yet there is something in this book beneath the vague phraseology and meandering construction that left this reader at least with the feeling that Rhodes could have produced a real contribution that could help individuals and society as a whole. Perhaps next time.
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